proprietor

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proprietor

1. an owner of an unincorporated business enterprise
2. a person enjoying exclusive right of ownership to some property
3. US history a governor or body of governors of a proprietary colony
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Some 2,437 sole proprietorships renewed 940 CRs and cancelled 1,497 CRs while 625 commercial companies renewed 614 CRs and cancelled 11 Crs.
The number of expired CRs as on December 31st, 2016 stood at 117,038 including 75864 sole proprietorships and 41174 commercial companies.
The professional, scientific, and technical services sector reported the largest percentage of total profits of all non-farm sole proprietorships (25.
The number of sole proprietorships that went out of business in October 2010 went up 65.
Though the requirement to undergo peer review applies only to firms, the CBA does not maintain a listing of CPAs operating as sole proprietorships.
For tax purposes, a sole proprietorship is not a separate entity from the taxpayer.
Nationwide, the number of sole proprietorships rose 1.
The conversion of a sole proprietorship into a limited liability company (LLC) is accomplished by filing for a certificate of formation (or other required document), paying the appropriate fee and executing articles of organization and an operating agreement (if required).
Zobel writes: "Sole proprietorships file a Schedule C with their tax return, showing their business income and expenses.
businesses, and 87% of all women-owned businesses, have no employees," says Hadary, affirming that many people simply claim themselves as sole proprietorships to the Internal Revenue Service and the U.
Meeting the requirements of tax rules can be especially burdensome to small business sole proprietorships that independently own their businesses.
Entities considered will include sole proprietorships, LLCs and corporations, as well as single- and multi-teacher settings.